Regarded as one of the best Farmers' Markets not only in Philadelphia but in America, The Reading Terminal Market is a terrific place to sample all the culinary grandeur Philadelphia has to offer. Experience the traditional Philly cheesesteak, a custom-made deli sandwich, or an authentic Pennsylvania Dutch hearty home-cooked breakfast prepared by local Amish farmers. Apart from the prepared foods, Reading Terminal Market boasts of over 80 vendors, offering a wide range of local and exotic vegetables, fruits, fresh fish and other seafood, local meats, poultry and other products.
Spring Garden Indoor Antique & Vintage Market is a huge market open only on the first and third Saturday from November to March. It is a treasure trove of collectibles, textiles, objects, furniture, clothing, records and much more. Get enthralled by the fascinating items displayed and haggle with vendors for the prized possessions. Spread across 36,000 square feet (3344.51 square meters), you can make a pit stop at the food court after a day of shopping. There is an ATM in the facility, hence credit cards are not accepted.
A bookstore housing the largest collection of comics in Philadelphia, the Atomic City Comics is located right in the heart of South Street. It is also known to host a lot of art shows and host signings. The store also houses a collection of t-shirts, graphic novels and magna. A lot of locals favorite this bookstore and praise the efficient staff and the humongous collection.
Housed within the historic structure, the Wanamaker Building, which was once home to America’s first department store, Macy’s Center City forms a busy shopping destination nestled within the historic downtown in the Quaker City, Philadelphia. The store has been redesigned opulently, without compromising the traditional and original elements of the landmark building. It is home to iconic attractions like the magnificent eagle statue in the Grand Court and the legendary Wanamaker Organ that features 28,500 pipes, making it the greatest playable musical instrument in the world. Midst a wonderfully nostalgic ambiance, the historically rich shopping venue offers the newest trends in clothing and home decor among other things, making for an enriching shopping experience.
The King of Prussia is an absolute juggernaut of department stores, specialty stores and restaurants. Be sure to stop by the visitor's center to pick up a map. The King of Prussia complex is known as the largest of its kind on the East Coast and is the only place in the world where many department stores can be found under one roof, including Nordstrom, Macy's, and Sears. There is also a host of kiosks and eateries to delight your palette as you shop.
The Cherry Hill Mall is a one-stop shopping destination in Cherry Hill, NJ. The mall has more than 165 retail, beauty and dining options under one roof. Browse brands like Aldo, Alex and Ani, Gap, Guess, Michael Kors, Steve Madden, Urban Outfitters, North Face, and H&M here. From upscale fashion to trendy highstreet wear, the selection caters to every budget and taste.
Open House stocks a unique selection of items for the home. Here you'll find kitchenware, furniture, bedding, lighting fixtures, books, knick-knacks, jewelry and much more. More than just home decor, Open House presents itself as a lifestyle concept store. Designs are modern, fresh and exude a fun and youthful vibe. The enchanting bath and body section is great place to visit if you need to get a nice gift for someone.
Duross and Langel is a vegan soap maker located at 13th south street, Philadelphia. This store is the family run business's flagship store and all the products are made from locally sourced natural materials. There is a wide range of handmade soaps, shampoos, hand washes and other beauty products available. Besides these, they also stock candles, incense sticks, essential oils, room spray and other accessories. Everything in the store is neatly organized and the staff is extremely helpful and attentive in assisting customers and answering their queries. The owner of the shop himself is present at times and converses with the customers about the products and the shop. Duross and Langel is certified by the National Institute of Health and the Food and Drug Administrations as cruelty free. All their products are eco-friendly and the packaging is 100 percent recyclable.
This legendary store, Tiffany & Co., features some of the finest jewelry in the world. Here you can also find breathtaking crystal, flatware, chinaware, silverware, timepieces and fine diamond, gold, platinum, and gemstone jewelry. Shop for engagement rings and anniversary presents, or something special for a newborn baby. Anything wrapped in Tiffany's signature blue box is sure to be considered an heirloom that the recipient will treasure for generations.
Since 1889, this family owned chain of stores has been providing customers with the best retail sportswear and sporting goods available. With a range of items from the best sports brands- Nike, Adidas, Fila, Spalding, Wilson and more; there is a selection for a variety of budgets. You'll find gear for all major sports like Soccer, Football, Hockey, Golf, Tennis and more. With a dedicated staff, and a vast collection at a central location; Modell's Sporting Goods at Chestnut street has plenty to offer. If you're a Philadelphia Phillies fan, it's just the place to pick up some fab merchandise and support your team!
Sherman Brothers' Shoes offers its customers a varied collection of shoes for every occasion. Featuring brands like Allen Edmunds, Vasque, Santoni and Timberland, the store also stocks options from their own line of shoes. Whether you are looking for formal footwear, sporting shoes, work boots or a pair of shoes crafted from exotic materials, the store has a little something to offer all of its customers. With an admirable customer focus and exceptional service, that are hallmarks of family-run stores, Sherman Brothers' has maintained its high standards of quality through the years, and remains a popular choice for fine shoes for men and women of refined taste.